The "what watch are you day dreaming about now" thread

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Thermexman wrote:
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TheBeatles wrote:This thread has taken a turn for the better :D :clap:
Myleene, the watch, the coke or the burger? :lol:

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nbg wrote: The fries you say?
Are you sure?
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Only kidding. :lol:
Of course I didn't mean the fries. I've already had my tea! I meant the coke! 8)
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Sorry guys but as much as I also love Myleene it’s back to watches.

Over the last week or so I’ve decided …

- I don’t want a Bulova Moonwatch……saving £450
- Not to buy any of the white dial/black bezel C60s on Ebay…..saving average of £470
- Not to pursue a Type 2 Titanium C60 ….. saving £500
- That a potential pre-owned Bremont wasn’t for me …… saving (an optimistic) £2.5k to £3k

Total saving £3920 - £4420

Wow, I’ve just saved enough to buy a Sapphire Crystal glass sandwich Omega Moonwatch 31130423001006.
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Mikkei4 wrote:
Total saving £3920 - £4420

Wow, I’ve just saved enough to buy a Sapphire Crystal glass sandwich Omega Moonwatch 31130423001006.
So what you waiting for then? :lol:
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Mikkei4 wrote:Sorry guys but as much as I also love Myleene it’s back to watches.

Over the last week or so I’ve decided …

- I don’t want a Bulova Moonwatch……saving £450
- Not to buy any of the white dial/black bezel C60s on Ebay…..saving average of £470
- Not to pursue a Type 2 Titanium C60 ….. saving £500
- That a potential pre-owned Bremont wasn’t for me …… saving (an optimistic) £2.5k to £3k

Total saving £3920 - £4420

Wow, I’ve just saved enough to buy a Sapphire Crystal glass sandwich Omega Moonwatch 31130423001006.
Ah! The logic of the WIS. We are truly a rare breed.

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With the addition of the Muhle Glashutte, I think that I now have my divers pretty much sorted.

Now onto the aviators, and probably a pipe dream but I think that this would probably suffice! :lol:

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Something a little different

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I've got one incoming shortly now the g-shocks going back and then the plan is nothing until I've saved to up for something significant which may take a few years

The contenders are

Bremont Solo 37 looking at the measurements this should be a great fit for me

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JS sif nart 1948 but with a black date wheel if possible

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Grand Seiko SBGX061 which might not be as versatile as the first two

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neil8fletcher3 wrote:


Suggestions welcome if you're bored
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Thanks atnits that's a good suggestion good size for me. I'll have to have a look into it and add it to the spreadsheet :lol:
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Borrowed pic, but hopefully in the next 2-3 months I'll be ordering one of these.....

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Camberwell wrote:Borrowed pic, but hopefully in the next 2-3 months I'll be ordering one of these.....

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You do know the cost of the bracelet, don't you? :wink:

Lovely watch mind and tough as old boots. :lol:



Meanwhile my wistful thoughts are meandering around this little beauty;-

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Photo courtesy of gaf1958. :thumbup:

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smegwina wrote:With the addition of the Muhle Glashutte, I think that I now have my divers pretty much sorted.

Now onto the aviators, and probably a pipe dream but I think that this would probably suffice! :lol:

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Pipe dream? What happened to the IWC Big Pilot?

Must say its rather smart though Nick. :thumbup:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Meanwhile my wistful thoughts are meandering around this little beauty;-

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Photo courtesy of gaf1958. :thumbup:

Did you buy the one advertised here? It's a beauty and I was sorely tempted but I'm desperately trying not to buy any more watches, at least until I have pared down my collection to a level where I am actually wearing all of them on a semi-regular basis.
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Have you purchased one Guy , or thinking of purchasing one .
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